Check out new tracks from Sean Paul and Wayne Wonder off Strictly The Best Vols 35 & 36
|Strictly The Best Series Presents Volumes 35 and 36
Another Full Installment of the Most Progressive Hits in Dancehall, Roots and Lover’s Rock
“The hard-hitting Strictly the Best series is overflowing with top flight performances and talent.”– J. McCallister, New York Daily News
Whether it’s currently on the top the Jamaican charts, a huge underground seller on the streets or the massive club jam sweeping the dancehalls, Strictly The Best series provides the hottest catalog of dancehall/reggae music for the Winter and Spring Season. The award winning compilation has become a highly anticipated release whose popularity has increased leaps and bounds year after year. Following up after the Reggae Gold release, STB offers a more comprehensive collection of dancehall and roots sounds that have crossover potential and cater to the hard-core reggae fans alike.
Established in 1990, STB is the longest running reggae compilation series in the business. The annual series is divided into a 2 separately sold discs, providing cutting-edge dancehall hits on Volume 35 and the latest tunes in Roots and Lovers Rock on Volume 36. Each year, VP experts carefully strategize and compile a library of most exclusive dancehall/reggae tunes to keep the pace with the biggest Jamaican hits. Showcasing the most buzz-worthy and talented artists, STB series has been the proving ground for many of reggae’s biggest stars, including Sean Paul, Richie Spice, Buju Banton, Bounty Killer, Capleton and many others. If you want to know what the next big reggae hit is in the streets or on the airwaves listen to Strictly The Best!
Highlights on Strictly the Best 35
Reminiscent to his earlier tunes that lead him to multi-platinum success, Sean Paul goes “All Out” with grittier lyrics and a slamming sound on this new tune over the Dem Time Deh Riddim. The hottest dancehall artist on the scene, Tony Matterhorn, has won over the dancehalls, streets and mainstream airwaves with two singles currently on the charts. With a creative play on words and original hard-hitting vocals over the Gully Slime Riddim, Tony Matterhorn’s # 1 hit “Good As” remains at the top of the Jamaican dancehall charts.
Highlights on Strictly The Best 36
Sean Paul – All Out
Wayne Wonder – Love and Affection